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ifrtsBON, February 7.-A. parky on
thV^iadsido fired harmlessly at the
King and Queen. The guard re?
turned the fire, killing and wounding j
LONDON, February 7.-Later Abys?
se*T adrices sro diovourugiug-for?
bidding the hopo of a successful
move this season.
CHARLESTON, February 7.-Arrived
-barque Nordborn, Cardiff; schoon?
er J. J. Spencer, Cardenas, for Phila?
delphia; schooner A. Dunn, Cardenas,
for New York, disabled; schooner
Azelda and Laura, Barcelona. Sailed
-steamer Moneka, New York.
It ia rumored that Gen. Cunby will !
take the place of Meade, and Sickles
will return to this District.
MEMPHIS, February 7.-The failure1
of the Gayosa Savings Bank, which
was the depository of the working
people, was announced to-day. A
party is after the cashier, with a rope,
bat have failed to find him. An?
other officer was shot at.
HAVANA, February 7.-During a
storm in Yera Cruz harbor, on the
29th ult., the steamer Nightingale
foundered and seven persons were
drowned. The officers were saved.
. ROCHESTER, N. Y., February 7.
The insane asylumn was burnt to?
day, and four female inmates burned.
WASHINGTON, February 7.-Mr.
Thornton was presented to the Pre?
sident to-day, and speeches were
made complimentary and cordial,
without any pointed allusion to the
Impeachment gossip has been re?
newed, and it is becoming serious.
Dickens visited the President to?
Customs receipts for the week end?
ing the 30th, $2,000,000. Internal
revenue receipts, to-day, $249,000.
The Post Office Department has j
ordered the transmission of mails to
and from Washington and New Or?
leans via Louisville.
A suspension bridge is to bo thrown
across the Hudson River from
point near Buttermilk Falls. A com?
pany has been organized with a capi?
tal of $760,000. Ten per cent, of
which has beera paid in. It is esti?
mated that the bridge will cost about
?? ? ? ?
WASHINGTON, February 7.-In the
I Senate, general business was unim?
portant. The supplemental tenure
of office bill passed.
In the House, tho discussion on
the appropriation bill was stormy,
and without action adjourned.
Th? Reconstruction Conventions.
CHARLESTON, February 7.-The
Convention passed nine more sections
of the bill of rights.
HALEIGH, February 7.-The Con
* vention adopted the report in favor
of applying to Congress for the re?
moval of the disabilities of all who
favor and support the Congressional
TALLAHASSEE, February 7.-Tho
minority of the Convention is still in
secret session;.having adopted a con
stitution, they are awaiting instruc?
tions from Gen. Meude before ad?
journment. The majority refuse to
recognize the acts of the minority.
ATLANTA, February 7.-The report
of the Committee on the Exeoutive
Department was adopted. It fixes
the term of office at four years, and
requires ten years' residence ia the
Stute as a qualification. The first
section of the Franchise Committee's
report was adopted-six months' re?
sidence in the State and thirty days
iu the County as a qualification.
Jost Received and on Hand,
1 tZ. STBS^IB^I ''bS. Primo O. lt. BA
XO,\J\J\J CON SIDES,
ut) ios. Prime Bright Shoulders,
3 boxes Dried Halted C. lt. Sides,
. 15 bags Primo ltiu Coffee,
25 boxes Counter Cheese,
SO boxes Adamantino Candles,
26 firkins Extra Lard,
20 kits Mackerel,
25 boxes Colgate "Family Soap,
20 bbls. Primo Carolina Rico.
The abovo articles we offer to the irado
1 ow for cash.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Auctioneers and Oom'n Merchants.
FOR SALE/. ,
ttft^ AT Charles Logan's Lot, a fino
WA lot of young KENTUCKY MULES.
Select Boarding; and Day [School.
UlLLSliuRO, N. o.
_ THE Misses NASH and Miss
/f3m KOLOCK, Principals.
ti'LJ^?st l'uu Spring Term will open
^CTDf?fc 'EBKUAllY 7, lWia, and close
JHFSSFJUNE 20 (twenty weeks.) Cir
CsBSr culars forwarded on applica?
tion. -Deo 10 f.8mo
NEW YORK, February 7-Noon.
Flour 5@10e. lower. Corn a shade
lower. Mesa pork 22.87. Lard 13%
illili. Cotton firmer, at 19^@
Freights quiet. Gold 42^.
7 F. M.-Cotton buoyant, and >?
@}? higher; sales 6,600 bales, at
I9%@2n P??Vir rather =so:c doiuy,
at a decline. Wheat lo. lowor. Corn
-Western mixed firstname.lastname@example.org; South?
ern white email@example.com.<. Oats heavy,
at 83 }?. Mess pork dall-new 22?^;
old 21>?. Freights a shade firmer.
Gold active and buoyant during the
day, but closed at 42*?.
BALTIMORE, February 7.-Cotton
very firm. Corn firmer-yellow 1.17
@1.80; white firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats
steady, at 74. Bacon shoulders ll;
CINCINNATI, Febrnnry 7.-Bread
stuffs dull and unchanged. Mess
pork 21.75?22. Shoulders 10%;
olear ll,1 J. Lard held at 14.
CHARLESTON. February 7.-Cotton
active, and advnnced sales
1,500 bales-middling 18@18)?; re?
AUGUSTA, February 7.-The cotton
i market advanced Y?@,%\ sales 1,200
bales; receipts 90?; middling 18@
LONDON, February 7-Noon.
Consols 93>??@93%. Bonds 71%?
PARIS, February 7.-The bullion
iu the Bank of France has increased
21,000,000 francs. Tho bourse is
firm and rentes higher.
LIVERPOOL, February 7-3 P. M.
Cotton active and prices higher
uplands 8; Orleans 8^; sales yester?
day 20,000 bales; sales of the week
105,000, of which speculators took
9,000 and ^exporters 18,000; stock
340,000, whereof 134,000 are Ameri?
In Montgomery, Alabama, on tho 4th
instant, by the Rev. J. M. Mitchell. Col.
EMMET HEIBLE8, of Columbia, S. C., to
Miss ANNIE, daughter of Judge Gold
thwaite, of Alabama.
AN HISTORICAL TALE; by Muudt.
Translated by Brandford. In ono
volume. Prico $1.50; cloth $2.
History of the United Netherlands-se?
quel to Dutch Republic; by Motley.
A Stormy Lifo, a novel; by Lady Qeor
Oiana Fullerton, v.ith plates. Price $1.50
Duffs Railroad, Bank and Morehant's
Queen Victoria's new book, Lifo in tho
Highlands, Ac. Price $1.75.
Also, a new supply of luez, by author
of St. Elmo. $1.75.
New English Novels, cheap. For bale at
J. J M?Carter's bookstore
Feb 8_R. L. BRYAN.
MY BOOK8 will be opened on MON?
DAY, the 8d of February, for re?
ceiving returns and general taxes for the
year 1867, on tho following items, to wit:
BK Ab ESTATE, Carriages, Buggies, Gold
and Silver Watches, Silverware, Ac; arti?
cles manufactured, Incomo from Employ?
ment and Professions, Premium of Insur?
ance Agoncics, gross incomo of Brokers
anJ Vendue Masters, Beceipts of Newspa?
pers, Magazines, Ac; Photographs and
Daguerreotypes, Salarios, Rents and Di vi?
dornia, Hotels, Restaurants, Ac; Livery
Stables, Bntchors and Hucksters, Billiard
TalileH, Bowling Alleys, Ferries and
Bridges, Hacks, Baggage Wagons, Omni
biint!.i, Drays and Express Wagons, Capi?
tation, and all Dogs.
Office hours from 9 A. M. till 2 P. M.
Porsons from the country can caU from 9
A. M. till 4 P. M.
THOMAS H. WADE,
Feb 7 a_T. C. R. D.
To the Dental Profession.
. I HAVE PATENTED, and
(S? B&? now desire to introduce, an
KjTKSS?kk important improvement In
^^-U-TT-r tho construction of ARTIFI?
CIAL DENTURES, whereby the strength,
reliability and facility of repair, pertain?
ing to swaged plato work, is communicated
to moulded motalic or vulcanizablo base.
Strang Plate Toeth as firmly attached to
the base as if soldered to swaged
plate, are, by this process, substituted for
those specially designed for moulded base.
By their use tho operator is left free to ex?
ercise his own judgment in their arrange?
ment, and f?ndu himaelt no longer confined
to the sameness of the present style of
blocks, or single tcoth weakened by carv?
ing for monlded work.
No now appliances are required in this
process. It is easily acquired by any one
familiar with either moulded or swaged
work. It gives to tho operator confidence
in the reliability of his cases, exompting
him from tho disappointment and per?
plexity often attendant on his most faith?
ful efforts. It renders partial cases as reli?
able as full sets, and, consequently, will
tend to ameliorate the present deplorable
practice of extracting every iooth, nouna
or unsound, which stands in tho way of tho
Tho method has boon thoroughly tostcd,
and is now submitted to the profession
with tho assurance that it will be found to
fulfill all that is claimed for it. Its results
are highly artintio, very beautiful, and af?
ford the utmost satisfaction to operator
OFFICE LICENSES will be the system
adopted, in relation to which-and other
m ttera in connection-circulars will be
furnished, on application to the ?ubaorib
er. WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Jan 1 j::,,,?, Columbia, S. C.
Daring the year 1867, the receipts
for customs collected afc the port of
New York were $114,085,984-seven
eighths of the entire tariff revenue of
"It is a great misfortune," says
La Bruy?re, "not to have mind
enough to talk wei), nor judgment
ouuug'u io be silent."
COf.tJMBIA M ASKET.
Report for Week ending Friday, February 7.
Pucssrx Onrios, COLUKRIA, 8. C., FED. 8.
The demand for cotton has boen good
during tho past week, and tho market
closed rory stiff. We now quote middling
16}@17. The Balos of the wook foot up 760
bales, as follows: 16 at 13J; 28 at 131; 22 at
14; 15 at 144; 17 at 14$; 51 at l4j; 17 at 15;
12 at 154; 27 at 15}; 101 at 154; 131 at 16; 33
at 161; 101 at 164; 120 at 16}; 77 at 17; 4 at
The.o nae been no material chango in
other anieles of country produce Corn is
in good demand, at 1.25?1.30 por bushel,
Tho following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notes, is prepared by Gregg,
Palmer & Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden.10
Bank of Charleston. .5
Bank of Chester.5
Bank of Georgetown.10
Bank of Newberry.25
Bank of South Carolina.8
Bank of 8tate of South Carolina, [old,].. '
Bank of State of South Carolina, [now,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 6
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchange Bink. 9
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmers and Exchango (Bank. 1
Stato Bank. 1
South-Western Bailroad Bank, [old, J_20
Plantera and Mechanics.16
Wholesale l*rlces Current.
conuECTKn WEEKLY BY
THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES-Per bushel.1 25.(9)1 50
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard.. ? 27
Dundee " .. ?SO
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 26 ?
N.Y.orWest. " 15? 16
BUTTEB-Northern, per lb.. ? 55
Country, " .. 85 ? 40
BACON-Hams, per lb. 18 @
Sides " . 15}? 16
Shoulders, " . 14 fe) 15
BBICK8-Per 1,000.9 00?12 00
CANDLES-Sperm,per lb.... 37 ? 45
Adamantine, " .. 22 @ 23
Tallow, " .. 18 ? 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 50 ?1 75
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 17 ? 17 J
Middling, " ? 16J
Low Middling, '? 16 ? 16}
Good Ordinary, " 15 j? 16
Ordinary, " 13 ? 15}
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lbl9 (a) 20
factory, " 19 ? 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 24 (a) 26
Laguayra, ". 28 ? 30
Java, " - 40 ? 45
FLOUB-Country,perbbl...l4 00(5)14 50
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 25?
Wheat, " .1 65@2 00
Oats, " . 60? 65
Peas, " . 90? 1 00
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastorn " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12}? 18
Green, " .
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00? 1 25
LABD-Per lb?..1?}@ 18
LUMBEK-Boardi, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " 1 50
Shingles, por 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Por bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 53@60
Now Orleans, " 1 00@1 25
Sugar House. " .. .75?1 25
NAILS-Per keg.6 75@8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. @2 00
OIL-Keroseuo, per gallon. 60? 70
Maohinory " .... 75@1 00
POTATOES-Irish, porbushcl.l 75?2 00
Sweet, " . GO? 75
i RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? ll
I East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 33?1 34
Silver.1 25? 1 30
SHOT, per bag. ?3 50
BPI BITS-Alcohol, por gallon 6 00
Brandv, " .4 00?12 00
Holland Gin, "...5OO@7 00
American " " .. .3 5??4 00
Jamaica Rum, " .. .G 00@7 00
N. E. " " .. .3 50@3 75
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50?4 50
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 00
Rectified " ...2 50?2 75
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 50?
SOAP-Per lb. 9 ? 12
SUGAR-CruBhed, per lb.19? 19}
Powdered, " .19 ? 19}
Brown, " .12}? 17}
STARCH-Por lb.10? 12}
TEA-Greon, por lb.1 00?2 00
Black, " .1 00@1 50
TOBACCO-Chowing, por lb.... 50@1 25
Smoking, ?? .50?100
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon.... 70? 75
Cidor, ,7 ....50? 60
French, " ..125@150
WINE-Champagno, per basket.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00?5 00
Sherry, " .3 50?6 00
Madoira, " .3 50?6 00
MEATS-Pork, por lb. 15
Beof, ". 8 ?12}
Mutton, " . 12}
POULTRY-Turkoys, per pair.
Du ck H 1
Chickens, " !!!!.30@35
(j I rsc. ** .
AFINE assortment of comic and senti?
mental VALENTINES, English and
American, at all prices-livo couts each
and upwards. For salo by J. J. McCartor
bookseller. R. L. BRYAN.
MUNCHAUSEN ATJABEA.-If we re?
member rightly, Baron Munchausen
once traveled in Russia, where his
horn was frozen full of musical notes,
which thawed out one by one io full
Bound as the horn hung by the fire at
night; where he hitched ' his horse
cue ovc?iug tu what ho tnought was
a stump, and, through the effects of
a sudden thaw, found next morning
himself on the ground and his horse
swinging at the top of a church spire
-so deep had been the snow. The
Baron is again abroad. He has been
to Aliaska, and hero is his report
about certain ranges of mountains:
"They are mighty in size and cause
mnch. cold. Wonderful things are
told of them. It is said that in some
places there are deep pools aud lakes,
in which dwell monsters-serpents as
long as a fir tree, which, were they in
the open sea, would commit mighty
damage. One thing is certain-that
yonder, far away to the North, in the
heart of these hills, thero is a won?
derful valley, so narrow that only at
mid-day is the face of the sun to be
seen. That valley lay undiscovered
and unknown for thousands of years;
no porson dreamed of its existence;
but at last, a long time ago, two In?
dian hunters entered it by chance,
and thou what do you think they
found? They found a small tribe of
unknown people, speaking an un?
known tongue, who had lived there
since tho creation of the world, and
without knowing that other beings
The New York Tribune thinks this
is too bad. More than forty years
ago, Mr. John Cleves Symmes, a bona
fide Jerseyman, told us about this
strange vnlley, which is neither more
nor less than Symmes' Hole, leading
to tho interior of the globe, where
may be found nations and tongues
unknown, and treasure untold.
Doubtless this wonderful Aliaskan
valley is tho entrauce to Symmes'
wonderful inner world, and the un?
known tongue of those who had
lived there since the creation is that
of the subterranean inhabitants. It
ie supposed that these strange people
are the descendants of Cain, who
wandered away to the land of Nod,
and were thenceforth not heard from
until tho purchase of Walrussia by
our great laud-jobber.
In his message to Congress recom?
mending the constitutional amend?
ment, President Lincoln said: "The
plan is proposed ns permanent con?
stitutional law. It cannot become
such without the concurrence of,
first, two-thirds of Congress, and
afterwards three-fourths of the
States. Tho requisite three-fourths
of tho States will necessarily include
seven of the slave States."
Suez has a model .post office. On
the arrival of mails from England
and India, the rush for letters is suid
to be indescribable. Each one helps
himself to whatever letter or letters
he can lay hands upon. In tho
scramble, many lotters are torn to
"The sound of your hammer,"
says Franklin, "at 5 in the morning,
or at night, heard by a creditor,
makes him easy six months longer;
but if he sees you at a billiard table,
or hears your voice at a tavern, when
you should be at work, ho will send
for his money the next day."
A FENIAN RIDDLE.-The English
papers publish, with great satisfac?
tion, a Fenian riddle that has just
been concocted. Tho problem is:
"My first, when he makes my second,
calls himself my whole;" and the
When intoxicated, a Frenchman
wants to dance, a German to sing,
a Spaniard to gamble, an Englishman
to eat, an Italian to boast, a Russian
to be affectionate, an Irishman to
fight, and an American to make a
On Sunday last, the telegraph wires
from Plaister Cove, Nova Scotia, to
New Orleans, Louisiana, were in di?
rect connection, aud uninterrupted
communications were sent a distance
of 3,084 miles.
System is a great thing; but the
advertiser who deemed it essential ?
to presorve an alphabetical order
rather overdid the matter, thusly:
"Bibles, black-ball and butter; testa?
ments, tar and treacle; Godly books
and gimblots for sale here."
"Papa, please buy me a muff when
you go to Boston," said little three
year old Ruth. Her sister Minnie,
hearing this, said: "You are too
little to have a muff." "Am I too
little to be cold?" rejoined the indig?
nant little Ruth.
Auction ?iii ie to Close Consignments.
BY M. W. BYTHEWOOD.
THI8 (Saturday ) MORNING, at bali-past
10 o'clock, I will hell, at my Ware-room
on Washington street, between Main and
Assembly street?, tho following articles,
lo r"e me Hales:
Pieces LONG CLOTH, Canton Flannel,
Linen and Cotton Diaper, Drena Goods,
Coats, Sattind and Kersey PantB, Hats,
Cana, Toilet Soaps, Boote, Shoos, io.
1 not Counter a.wl Platform 8CALE8,
Fairbanks. Some few Medicines.
Dining-room CHAlitS, Comforts, Ovens,
Boilers, Pots, Ac.
For raffle, I Splendid Green Covored
Brocatel le Set, parlor.
1 Black Walnut Secretary, very fine.
Articles for salo roceived till 10 o'clock.
Term? cash._ Feb 8
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING next, at 10
o'clock, without reserve,
No. 1 Clear Rib BACON SIDES,
No. 1 Choice Breakfast Bacon,
Kvgs Pure Leaf Lard,
" Family Soap,
" English Breakfast Toa,
*' Adamantiue Candles,
" Carbonato of Soda,
Indigo; Knee Ginger,
Pink Eye Potatoes,
Extra Rio Coffee,
Smoking Tobacco-i, ? and 1 lbs.,
5,000 extra Segara, &o.
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, a su?
perior Cooking Stove, complete; a variety
of Stoneware. Feb 8
foreclosure of Mortgage and Sale of Beal
JACOB LEVIN, Anotioneer.
UNDER power of attorney to me by
deed givun. by C. P. PELHAM, to
foreclose mortgage, aud after twenty ono
days public notice, to sell and convey cer?
tain premises mortgaged by tho said 0. P.
Pelham, to secure advances mado to him
during the year 18C7, and pursuant to the
terms of Haid instrument, I will offer at
public sale, at the Court House, ou the
FIRST MONDAY in March next, at the
usual hours, thc following REAL ESTATE,
in tho city of Columbia, to wit:
FOUR ACRES, moro or leve, beiug a
square, bounded by Gervais street, on tho
North; Winn street, on the East; Senate
street, on the Soulb; Barnwoll street, on
the West; affording eligible building sites.
Terms: So much cash as will pay the
account dno for advances, to wit: $1,198.62
and in tere.-1 on said sum, at 10 per ceut.
per annum, from November 15,18C7; and
expenses of salo. Balance on a credit of
two years, with approved sureties.
Attorney in fact of C. P. Pelham.
A Valuable Work of Art-Panorama of
C. E. HARRISON, Auctioneer.
BY virtue of anndrv executions to mo
direoted, I will nell, at public auction,
on TUESDAY, the Uth inst., at 10 o'clock
A. M., on Assembly street, East side of the
Market, that valuable work of art known
as tho PANORAMA OF COLUMBIA; levied
on as the property of Loo A Richard, at
the suit of J. P. Ra wis, Columbia Gas
Companv, and others. Terms cash.
Feb 7 fat3 C. HUS^UNQ, Constable.
Cart, Kopff and Invoy vs. John J. Nelann.
Warrant to enforce lien under Act of 1866.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and
sell the CROP of defendant, in the
above stated casu, directed to me by O.
B. Miller, Esq., Clerk of the Court of Com
mon ricas and General Sessions for Rich
laud District, and in pursuance of an Act
of the Gouoral Assembly of South Caroli?
na, entitled "An Act to secure advances
for agricultural purposes," I will sell, on
MONDAY, the 17th day of February, 1868,
at the Plantation belonging to Dr. John
English, abont twenty-throe miles from
Columbia, within the legal hours, the
balance of tho CROP of 1867, viz:
A quantity of CORN, supposed to be
about 400 <>r 500 bushels.
A quantity nf Fodder and Hay, supposed
to bo about 20,000 pounds.
A quantity of Cotton Seed, supposed to
bo about 2,500 bushels.
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN.
Feb 2 S. B. D.
Limestone Springs Female High
REV- WM. CURTIS, LL.D., PRINCIPAL.
THE ensuing session of this
jfl&k. SCHOOL will commence on
cMiJfcfeWEDNESDAY, the 19th day of
^W3pr It is requested that applha
<&?r tions for admission be made as
soon as possible to Dr. CURTIS atftbe
School; aiibwerB will bo returned in each
instance, and parties then applied for will
bo mot by Dr. CURTIS at the most conve?
nient point on tho line of railroad betwetn
Charleston and Pacolet Depot, at the open?
ing of the School.
Terras, payablo in advance, in currency,
nor session of five months:
Board, mending wabbing, fuel,
lights Ac .o'
Tuition in ali English branches.... 25 CO
Stationery, pons, ink. paper, tte... 1 00
The above ia required foroach Pupil; the
following are optional:
Tuition on tho Piano. $'?> 00
Uso of Piano. 2 50
Tuition on tho Guitar. 2<> 00
Vocal Lessnna, bcparato. 20 00
Vocal I .Of anns, in class. 10 00
Tuition in French or Modern Lan?
guages, each. 20 00
Tuition in Drawing or Painting. 20 00
No other cbargo will bo made, except fur
Booka and privato Stationery furniahtd.